BH90210 Is Officially Not Coming Back For Season 2

Lawrence Kim
November 9, 2019

While the reboot did bring back original cast members like Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Jason Priestley, Brian Austin Green, Shannen Doherty, and Gabrielle Carteris, they were all playing heightened versions of themselves, not the characters the audience had come to love over the years.

Guess we'll never get to see what that 90210 revival was going to look like after all.

The "Beverly Hills, 90210" reunion is officially over. The series was the highest rated scripted broadcast show of the summer, averaging a 1.4 rating among adults 18-49 after three days of delayed viewing, and around 3.5 million total viewers per episode. But, according to Deadline, "BH90210" suffered from declining ratings this past summer, despite a strong premiere, which led to the decision not to continue with it.

The series also went through some behind the scenes drama during production which resulted in then showrunner Patrick Sean Smith and multiple senior-level writers quitting the show.

Though the season ended on a cliffhanger with the reboot pilot being picked up but the cast put on notice that one of them will get cut because of the budget, Fox made a decision to close the book on the series, making it one quote-unquote "limited series" to fit that designation.

"BH90210" was produced by CBS Television Studios and Fox Entertainment.

Fox announced that it has canceled the BH90210 revival Thursday after just one season. Chris Alberghini, Mike Chessler and Paul Sciarrotta are co-showrunners and executive produce alongside Carteris, Doherty, Garth, Green, Priestley, Spelling and Ziering.

Tori Spelling is getting into the web series game.

"Beverly Hills, 90210" ran on Fox from 1990 to 2000.

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